The most extraordinary piece of carelessness, ineptitude, foolishness, folly.
I would say the state government is certainly guilty of shortcomings and carelessness,” said Shah.
Last year's Los Angeles wildfire was neither an accident of nature nor an act of human carelessness.
Comey’s criticism — his description of her carelessness — was the most controversial part of the speech.
More stories are remembered—of her eating the students’ rations, of her carelessness with the laundry.
The announcement to shut down Kabul came as public health minister Ferozuddin Feroz decried people’s carelessness.
Fear and carelessness have seen people flouting orders to wear masks in public places or maintain social distancing.
Though she called me “boy” so often, and with a carelessness that was far from complimentary, she was of about my own age.
What's more, corporate carelessness in data-breach situations basically goes unpunished, so there's no deterrent for stupid behavior.
“Why would FBI reopen Hillary investigation unless there is evidence of more than ‘extreme carelessness’ in handling classified information?”
His first collection of verse legends, Cantos del trovador (1841), however, suffered—like much of his other poetry—from its carelessness and verbosity.
Wildfires can be started both by people and by acts of nature—although over the past ten years human carelessness outnumbers lightning by eight to one as a cause of fires.
“This incident shows these companies acted with unacceptable carelessness, and failed to comply with the law when they shared customers’ sensitive data with the government.”
But their apparent carelessness has provided a rare insight into the techniques used by China to snoop on visitors and the kind of information being harvested from their phones.
It said authorities are trying to boost the anti-pandemic atmosphere to ensure that the anti-virus campaign “is waged consistently without a moment’s indolence, slackness and carelessness."
Just forest fires have their proximate cause in the carelessness or maliciousness of human behavior, or lightning strike, on dried woodlands – so too must the destruction of tenuous market values always have a point of ignition.
The party's manifesto promises that the Tories will "lead the global fight against climate change", and includes pledges to "support clean transport to ensure clean air" and "crack down on the waste and carelessness that destroys our natural environment".
Frank Field MP, chair of the Modern Slavery Act review, said the cases were “truly shocking” and highlighted “carelessness” among Home Office caseworkers, while Labour MP Paul Blomfield said they demonstrated that support for modern slavery victims was “failing”.
On one occasion, Miss Ophelia found Topsy with her very best scarlet India Canton crape shawl wound round her head for a turban, going on with her rehearsals before the glass in great style,—Miss Ophelia having, with carelessness most unheard-of in her, left the key for once in her drawer.
After quitting as Corbyn’s shadow minister for women and equalities, Ms Green accused the then Labour leader of “carelessness, indifference and ignorance” over gender issues, and said that complaints of intimidation and bullying of women in the party had been given a “dismissive response” by his office.
- the quality of not being careful or taking pains
- failure to act with the prudence that a reasonable person would exercise under the same circumstances
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